New EU sanctions against Russia come into force on 6th December 2014
Following an investigation by HM Revenue & Customs, the director of a Cambridgeshire company, who ignored trade sanctions and exported over £3 million worth of banned products, has been told that he and his company must pay over a total of £1.14 million of criminal profits.
From 7pm today, SPIRE sessions will automatically close (‘time out’) if the account is left idle for more than 30 minutes.
EU sanctions against Russia – updated information is now available online.
As of 1 February 2015 the Export Control Organisation (ECO) is ‘withdrawing’ the ability to use ‘paper’ Open General Export Licences (OGELs).
New EU sanctions against Russia come into force today.
The Export Control Organisation (ECO) has added Russia to the list of non-permitted destinations on a number of export licences.
The Export Control Organisation has released a new information Q&A sheet to help exporters understand the implications of the new sanctions against Russia.
Details and explanation of the new EU sanctions against Russia, which came into force on 1 August 2014.
The Export Control Organisation has introduced a discretionary, site-specific, certificate for exporters who achieve full compliance at audit. Fully compliant customers will also benefit from less frequent compliance visits.